Heuristica Announces Move to RelativityOne

Heuristica Announces Move to RelativityOne

TORONTO – May 15, 2019 – Heuristica Discovery Counsel LLP (Heuristica) is pleased to announce, effective immediately, that it is migrating to Relativity’s cloud-based e-discovery platform, RelativityOne.  

 

Heuristica is one of the first Canadian providers to achieve RelativityOne Partner status and its RelativityOne tenant and client data will be based exclusively in Canada on the secure Microsoft Azure cloud.  Heuristica’s move to RelativityOne highlights the ongoing trend of Canadian providers moving their business to the cloud.

 

With the secure and extensible Relativity SaaS product, Heuristica will be able to further leverage its e-discovery expertise to provide more value and better results to end clients.  … Read More

Heuristica Speaks at Law Clerks Conference

Heuristica Speaks at Law Clerks Conference

Hueristica is pleased to speak at and sponsor The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) 29th Annual Conference in Quebec City.  

 

The conference theme this year is “Destination Success” and is packed with education sessions, informative keynotes and plenty of networking opportunities.  With over 20 sessions to choose from, there is something for everyone.

 

Crystal O’Donnell, Heuristica’s CEO and Senior Counsel, and Michelle Nash, the firm’s Director of Litigation Support & Technology and Senior Law Clerk, will present an educational session entitled “Maximizing Use of Analytics for Discovery“.  The session will provide practical advice on how to incorporate analytics in the eDiscovery process, including the document review process, and how to leverage the results to make your document analysis and review more accurate and efficient.… Read More

Lynne Vicars joins Heuristica Discovery Counsel LLP

Lynne Vicars joins Heuristica Discovery Counsel LLP

We are pleased to announce that Lynne Vicars has joined the firm as Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer and Senior Counsel and will be based in the firm’s downtown Toronto office.

 

Lynne is a banker turned lawyer whose extensive experience in both business and complex litigation has fostered a passion for bringing technology to the legal profession.  Regarded as a leading eDiscovery lawyer in Canada, Lynne will help ensure Heuristica remains Canada’s leading eDiscovery law firm by employing the latest and most powerful eDiscovery technology and review methodologies.

 

Crystal O’Donnell, Heuristica’s Founder and CEO, says she is “very pleased to have Lynne join the team at Heuristica. … Read More

Firm Update … we’ve been busy!

Firm Update … we’ve been busy!

2018 was a huge success for the firm and to keep pace with client expectations and growth we have been busy with …

 

Getting more space …

 

We outgrew our old space so in October we moved into larger, more modern offices on Bay Street.  The new space can accommodate more and larger review teams, client meeting and work spaces, and is enabled with enhanced technology rooms with state-of-the-art security.  Our new address is:

 

655 Bay Street, Suite 400, Toronto, Ontario, M5K 2K4

 

All email and telephone numbers remain unchanged.

 

Opening a new office in Western Canada …

 

We have added several new important clients in the West and to better serve them and our existing clients we have opened a Western Canada office in Calgary at:

 

555 4th Ave.Read More

Heuristica Sponsors the Laskin Moot Court Competition

Heuristica Sponsors the Laskin Moot Court Competition

Once again Heuristica is pleased to sponsor the Laskin, Canada’s only annual national bilingual moot court competition.

 

The Laskin provides a unique opportunity for law students, judges, law professors and practitioners from across Canada to meet and debate problems of current importance in the law.

 

Every year, the Laskin has featured a problem that is concerned with issues of national interest and social importance.  Subjects addressed in past years include discrimination against women, the rights of First Nations peoples, language rights, globalisation, freedom of expression, and the legal implications of cutting-edge technology.

 

The competition’s goals are to foster a better and deeper understanding of the law and to support and encourage legal education and bilingualism while at the same time promoting in the legal community a spirit of cooperation and understanding that transcends linguistic and provincial boundaries.… Read More